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That's a nice looking finish. But does this model freezer have a radiator on the back?

If not, they rely on the side walls as the radiator, which is why coffin keezers often include a gap here and have a fan to blow this hot air away.

If you've attached straight onto the walls then you might have issues.
 

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That's a nice looking finish. But does this model freezer have a radiator on the back?

If not, they rely on the side walls as the radiator, which is why coffin keezers often include a gap here and have a fan to blow this hot air away.

If you've attached straight onto the walls then you might have issues.
Should'nt be an issue...those are blind slats and are not very thick
 

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You might find the compressor has to work a lot harder and longer to maintain temps. Even a thin bit of slat will hold a fair bit of heat in.
 

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You might find the compressor has to work a lot harder and longer to maintain temps. Even a thin bit of slat will hold a fair bit of heat in.
Cheers for the heads up. I've been running it for fermentation/CC for weeks on end after cladding and no issues of heat around sides[emoji6]
 

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